The One for You
There were only a few survivors of that one fateful night. Now, twelve years later, the kids once called The Ones Who Got Away are back…and ready to claim the lives they never truly got to live.
• The goth girl and the popular boy
• The best friends turned lovers
• The hot nerd and the life of the party
• The guilt-ridden brother
• And their second chance at love
Kincaid Breslin wasn’t supposed to survive that fateful night at Long Acre when so many died, including her boyfriend—but survive she did. She doesn’t know why she got that chance, but now she takes life by the horns and doesn’t let anybody stand in her way.
Ashton Isaacs was her best friend when disaster struck all those years ago, but he chose to run as far away as he could. Now fate has brought him back to town, and Ash doesn’t know how to cope with his feelings for Kincaid and his grief over their lost friendship. For Ash has been carrying secrets, and he knows that once Kincaid learns the truth, he’ll lose any chance he might have had with the only woman he’s ever loved.
Readers love The Ones Who Got Away series!
“A crackling, heartfelt love story.”—Entertainment Weekly for The Ones Who Got Away
“Absolutely unputdownable! Roni Loren is a new favorite.”—COLLEEN HOOVER, #1 New York Times bestseller, for The One You Can’t Forget
“Stunning… Truly exceptional.”—Booklist STARRED Review for The One You Fight For
Wrenching emotions and exhilarating romance drive the fourth contemporary romance in Loren's The Ones Who Got Away series (after The One You Fight For). Bookish Ashton Isaacs and impulsive Kincaid Breslin were childhood best friends before a school shooting on the night of their senior prom, when gunmen killed Kincaid's boyfriend and Ash's friend, Graham, along with many of their classmates. In their grief, Ash and Kincaid fell into bed together, but they haven't spoken since. Ash left the small town of Long Acre, Tex., behind for a successful career as an author, but he's still haunted by the shooting. Kincaid stayed and built a life as a real estate agent, repressing her memories of the tragedy. Ash, now in his 30s, returns to town after a bad breakup. When Graham's parents ask both Ash and Kincaid for help selling their bookstore, the pair is forced to confront their past and find a way to move forward. Loren nimbly addresses heavy topics, emphasizing emotional resilience and recovery. This rich, empathetic love story is sure to move series fans and new readers alike.